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DeKalb County community group will host another meeting about wind turbine project

Choose your news! Select the text alerts you want to receive: breaking news, prep sports scores, school closings, weather, and more. Keith Hernandez for Shaw Media Nearly 100 DeKalb County farmers and landowners who live within or near the area of a proposed wind farm attend an informational meeting held March 24 in the Kishwaukee […]

Fishermen air concerns about Vineyard Wind

The Hebrew Center in Tisbury was full for the Vineyard Wind presentation and Q and A Tuesday night. -Gabrielle Mannino Islanders gather at the Hebrew Center on Tuesday night for the Vineyard Wind presentation and Q and A. Before the presentation, attendees had a chance to look at informational posters and talk with Vineyard Wind, […]

Twenty-One Bad Things About Wind Energy – and Three Reasons Why

Trying to pin down the arguments of wind promoters is a bit like trying to grab a greased balloon. Just when you think you've got a handle on it, it morphs into a different story and escapes your grasp. View full post on Wind Power News

EU warned about ‘lost decade’ for renewables as costs continue to fall

One key ingredient to keep the European renewable industry competitive is to raise the EU's 2030 renewables target to 35%, says Giles Dickson, CEO of WindEurope. [ David Clarke / Flickr ] The cost of generating electricity from renewable energies is set to reach new lows worldwide, according to projections by the International Renewable Energy […]

Top Facts About the Global Smart Transformer Market | Technavio

The report segments the global smart transformer market by type , and by geography . It provides a detailed illustration of the major factors influencing the market, including drivers, opportunities, trends, and industry-specific challenges. View full post on Wind Power News

Texas wind energy projects worth about $11 billion threatened by U.S. House tax vote Thursday

The wind energy industry is warning that $10.9 billion worth of Texas projects could be threatened by a U.S. House vote Thursday. The House is scheduled to decide on tax reform that includes retroactively slashing the wind energy production tax credit. View full post on Wind Power News

Fuss about nuclear reactors should educate government, people

The public deliberation commission's decision to recommend the resumption of the construction of two nuclear reactors should offer precious lessons to the government of President Moon Jae-in and the nation as a whole. Most of all, the panel's decision — by the larger-than-expected margin of 19 percentage points — shows that common sense prevails in […]

Canberrans more optimistic about large-scale renewable energy storage

“When you grow your own vegetables, you're more appreciative of how you use them in food. When you've been generating your own energy, you're more aware of how you use it,” Ms Jenson said. View full post on Wind Power News

Residents ask about potential effects and benefits of Mad River Wind Farm at open house

Residents of Jefferson and Oswego counties Wednesday showed up to an open house about Mad River Wind Farm to learn how it would affect, and possibly benefit, their communities. Anthony M. and Jennifer M. Tubolino said they were curious about potential job opportunities developer Avangrid Renewables could create with its proposed wind farm in the […]

David Coon concerned about Emera’s plan to deliver N.B. wind energy to Massachusetts

Green Party Leader David Coon is raising concerns about Emera Inc.'s proposal to deliver 900 megawatts of wind energy and hydro power from Atlantic Canada to Massachusetts by 2022. “I'm concerned that this is going forward in the absence of any kind of well thought out New Brunswick strategy for developing renewable power and other […]